Gale considers the work occurring behind the scenes and how technologies structure our experience of live performances.
Gabrielle Civil, mayfield brooks, and Jasmine Nyende respond to Nikita Gale’s installation PRIVATE DANCER at the California African American Museum.
At the California African American Museum, Dust My Broom convenes a group of largely self-taught artists from the American South, and other Black artists profoundly influenced by it.
In tandem with its Making Mammy exhibition, the California African American Museum is hosting a conversation around the value of important, but difficult pieces of American history.
The California African American Museum is hosting a weekend of workshops and more in Leimert Park.
Best known for his painting “The Sugar Shack,” Barnes focused on what he knew, capturing the seminal moments of his life growing up in North Carolina and as a football player.
California Bound recounts a tumultuous history of mass migration, displacement, and litigation that led to the establishment of California’s earliest African American communities.
The day-long program of activities includes music performances, speech readings, and a children’s march.
Pruitt unexpectedly makes draftsmanship feel relevant, even urgent.
The Chicago-born artist’s work is as entrenched in political discourse as it is in pop culture.
An upcoming program at the California African American Museum titled “Artists for Housing and Homeless Rights” aims to address some of the the issues surrounding these rising tensions.
Chinese immigrants to the West Indies have left a mark on the region’s art.